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Intel Innovation Toolbox - 0 views

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    "Intel's Innovation ToolBox is a hub of ideas, information, resources and success stories to help drive the next generation of inventors, creators and entrepreneurs in your classroom. Thanks to the efforts of innovative educators around Australia, as well as Intel Australia's education team, this online ToolBox provides a range of resources that will help you to introduce coding, designing technologies and making in the classroom.

    This site and community is dynamic. Join the Twitter conversation using #intelgalileo, collaborate with other innovative educators and, when you're ready, share your own resources to help inspire others. The Intel Education team and innovation community look forward to connecting with you."
John Evans

5 Truths about Making and Makerspaces in Our Libraries - @TLT16 Teen Librarian Toolbox - 1 views

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    "I am in the midst of a profound "Maker awakening". Yes, that's what I think I will dub it. I have spent the last couple of months immersed in the research and development of incorporating the maker movement into the library I am currently working at. I have been reading, reading some more, and refining what I think it means to incorporate the concept of makers and maker spaces into our libraries."
John Evans

What I Learned from the Cincinnati MakerSpace, part 2: Maker Mondays - @TLT16 Teen Libr... - 0 views

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    "As you can see, our Maker Mondays is loosely based on the concepts inspired by the Cincinnati Public Library's MakerSpace. We had already purchased the Little Bits and Legos. The Ellison and Accucut dies were also something we had on hand (and taking them from the top floor to the basement for our Maker Mondays only took 3 trips). Inpsired by CPL, we did purchase a couple of American Button Machines, which I blogged about here. Our goal is to eventually add in a few additional items so that we can rotates some of the various features.
    So here's some of what we learned in researching and setting up our first Maker Monday:"
John Evans

Printable A to Z Alphabet QR Code Game for Preschool & Kindergarten! | The Preschool To... - 4 views

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    "If you are a subscriber to this blog, you are probably aware that we champion the use of appropriate and integrated technology in ECE. As we begin a new school year, I wanted a technology center for our kids that we could use throughout the year. The QR Code Alphabet Games below will not only help introduce your kids to QR Code technology, but they will also allow for mobile technology integration as letters/words are introduced.

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